Natural Swimming Pools

A new era in Eco Friendly Swimming: Natural swimming pools

Far from being a new concept there are over 20,000 Swimming Ponds on the continent, and we at Anglo Swimming Ponds are proud to be the first and most
succesful company to introduce these works of art into
the UK in 2001

A Natural Swimming Pond (otherwise known as a Natural Swimming Pool) enhances the beauty of any garden and requires minimal maintenance.


Natural Solution to a Natural Problem

There are no hard and fast rules to swimming pond constructions but the basic elements remain the same. The
cleaning process works on the basis that the
Swimming Pond is formed from two zones, a regeneration area
and a swimming area.

The regeneration area contains a carefully selected balance of plants which are attractive in summer and winter, they also purify and cleanse the
water as it slowly circulates
between swimming and regeneration zones.

However it is essential to achieve the perfect balance as it is very easy to create an overgrown pond rather than a beautifully
finished product.

This is what our expert team of award winning designers and landscapers are all about, and with a correctly
finished product there are minimal maintainance
considerations and the water remains crystal clear all year
round.

Too good to be True:

Not only does a Swimming Pond offer lower maintainance than a Swimming Pool, but it is entirely chemical free.

According to EU testing it also does a better job, which was proved by a trans European investigation into the health
implications of the Natural
Swimming Pond.

Their findings were that not only did they exceed all standards for purity and water clarity, but even in large public pond the
water was reported to be drinking quality in nearly all tested
catagories.

The only Rule is there are no Rules:

There is a common misconception that there is a specific design to which you must adhere. Although the balance of
materials in all areas of construction must
be strictly maintained, it is possible to incorporate almost
any design.

This flexibility is one of the many aspects that sets us apart from other Swimming Pond companies, as our award winning and
experienced designers and builders are
able to construct a pool guided only by the limits of your
imagination.


Anglo Swimming Ponds
Strayfield Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 9JE

Tel: 0208 363 8548

www.angloswimmingponds.co.uk

Steve Day
steve@angloswimmingponds.co.uk








The British Association

for Natural Swimming Pools

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